The UFOEYES approach to UFOs: A clarification
I received an email from an upset reader today. The anonymous sender says I’m too skeptical and that I have no respect for people with real UFO experiences. I’m also doing the UFO community a disservice with my disinformation campaign here at UFOEYES.
I’m not surprised really. I actually thought I would start receiving these kind of emails sooner.
Am I a skeptic? Why yes.
Do I believe in UFOs? Nope.
Do I find the subject extremely interesting and the prospect that intelligent life exists in other parts of the universe completely rational?
But that doesn’t mean I’m going to be ignorant about this stuff.
Blurry dots of light in the sky aren’t evidence of extraterrestrials visiting Earth. Reports of silent triangular craft in the sky over Arizona might be nothing more than airplanes or helicopters, or why not Chinese lanterns. Dozens of military eyewitnesses telling us UFOs have tampered with nuclear warheads do not constitute hard evidence.
They might however be interpreted as indications that something worthy of investigation is going on around us. Something that might shed a bit of light on our place in the universe and maybe give us a clue about whether we are sharing the galaxy with other intelligent beings.
Of course, there are many sightings and personal experiences that are extremely intriguing, and I will continue to report on those.
But until we see some real, hard evidence, that’s all there is to it.
That’s my take on the UFO phenomenon and I will continue to approach it with a healthy dose of skepticism here at UFOEYES.
Thanks for reading and hope you all have a great weekend!
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